Graduate School Assistance
Getting a graduate degree is a definite investment in your future and could possibly boost your earning potential. But you want to put careful thought and planning into your decision because graduate school isn't for everyone.
Grad School: To Go or Not To Go - Should you go on to graduate school? Is it the right move for you at this point in your career? Give your decision careful consideration, weighing all the factors.
Grad School: Application Timeline - Follow this general timeline to keep yourself on track. Time frames are approximate: Check the deadlines for your schools of interest and adjust accordingly.
Grad School: Getting In - Getting into grad school is far from a slam-dunk. Undergraduates are up against not only their peers, but also nontraditional students who have been in the work force and are returning to school enhance to their skills. Set yourself apart from the competition and stand out to graduate school admissions recruiters with these helpful tips.
Taking the GRE/GMAT Tests
These official tests (the ones whose scores are reported to the grad schools), may be taken locally at the Sylvan Learning Center, located at 3005 Grape Road, Suite A. You may register directly for these Computer Based Tests by contacting the local Sylvan Office at 574.254.0406.